Of course, Yale is where Hillary met her future husband, Bill Clinton. The story recounts some of the highlights of that new relationship. Also fascinating are the little details about the places where these two lovebirds lived while in New Haven.
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After a whirlwind courtship in the spring of 1970 (Bill’s first year roommate Don Pogue characterized the relationship as “electric” and Bekavac said simply, “Bill fell hard.”), Hillary and Bill moved together into a 7-room apartment in a tiny Federal style house not far from the Yale campus. Gregory Craig, a 1972 law school graduate who had the place before Bill and Hillary, said it was far from presidential. “It was a very run-down primitive apartment, noisy and about $50 cheaper than the “more civilized” places in the same neighborhood, he said. He also said the apartment came with two pieces of built-in student-issue furniture: a wooden picnic-like table and “a huge hunk of foam rubber” that served as a platform bed.
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